picture transmission

picture transmission

[′pik·chər tranz′mish·ən]
(communications)
Electric transmission of a picture having a gradation of shade values.
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Tenders are invited for Addition and alteration to sailors institute and weather picture transmission room (p-63) at ins rajali arakkonam
El sensor ubicado en los satelites NOAA es el A VHRR (Advanced Very High Resolution Radiometer), radiometro muy avanzado que opera en dos modos, uno de baja resolucion APT (Automatic Picture Transmission) y otro de alta HRPT (High Resolution Picture Transmission).
The shielding of these cables is carried out with a ground plane grounded on the connector, assuring a constant impedance of 100[ohm] for a stable picture transmission. The cables are able to work at up to 1 Gbit when terminated with the appropriate connectors.
Other features include a LAN Ethernet interface, false alarm suppression, intelligent object analysis, complete remote configuration, camera sabotage recognition, and fast MPEG-4 picture transmission. 818
Baird eventually produced the world's first TV picture in 1925 and in 1927 made the first trans-Atlantic picture transmission between London and New York.
Some models also feature a built-in, miniature video camera, allowing phone chats to be accompanied by a picture transmission. Japanese customers will soon be able to download a full video transmission service and or high-quality digital music.
The terminal supports Internet browsing, e-mail, store and forward video, still picture transmission, broadcast-quality voice and live video conferencing.
Interest in digital image processing techniques dates back to the early 1920s when digitized pictures of world news events were first transmitted between London and New York by a cable picture transmission system.
Formation of Ad Hoc Group to Examine Rapid Picture Transmission Accredited Standards Committee X3, Information Processing Systems, announced a new committee on picture coding, which is expected to become a Task Group under X3's Technical Committee on codes and Character Sets, X3L2.
The conventional voice-grade telephone network is widely used for freeze-frame picture transmission because of its convenience and because the ubiquity of the telephone throughout the world can provide visual communications even in the most remote of locations.
And the 12-frames-a-second picture transmission rate gives a relatively smooth video feed.
Another issue is picture transmission. To get around speed limitations of remote monitoring via telephone lines, O'Bresky has given the Digital Detective unit in Robbinsdale an Internet address, to which he links via a high-speed cable modem.